// PROTOTYPE float getSoC() // EXAMPLE FuelGauge fuel; Log.info( "SoC=%.2f", fuel.getSoC() );
Returns the State of Charge in percentage from 0-100% as a
float. Returns -1.0 if the fuel gauge cannot be read.
Note that in most cases, "fully charged" state (red charging LED goes off) will result in a SoC of 80%, not 100%. Using
getNormalizedSoC() normalizes the value based on the charge voltage so the SoC will be 100% when the charge LED goes off.
In some cases you can increase the charge voltage to get a higher SoC, but there are limits, based on temperature.
It may be preferable to use
System.batteryCharge() instead of using
getSoC(), which uses the value in device diagnostics, which eventually uses